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Filed: FB-4 Visa Country: Philippines
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Good day fellow vj'rs....I need some info here from experience and knowledgable members. Can my kids go to school in community school here in LA? They graduated high school already and are in college in Philippines. Is it expensive for a new immigrant to send children for college education even just in a community college? We are a derivatives of my husband petitioned by his sister. We are a permanent resident i guess...so i wonder if i can enroll my kids to school and get an affordable studies? Pls share your knowledge with regards to this. Thank you in advance.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Iran
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If the children are here and have green cards they will pay tuition based on the rules of the school. Most have in-state and out-of-state tuition rates. The best thing to do is visit the website for the school to see how long the children have to been living in the state for them to qualify for in-state tuition. Also see if the out-of state tuition is affordable.

The direct answer is yes, they can go to college in the US if they have green cards.

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Filed: FB-4 Visa Country: Philippines
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If the children are here and have green cards they will pay tuition based on the rules of the school. Most have in-state and out-of-state tuition rates. The best thing to do is visit the website for the school to see how long the children have to been living in the state for them to qualify for in-state tuition. Also see if the out-of state tuition is affordable.

The direct answer is yes, they can go to college in the US if they have green cards.

Thanks belinda63.

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